Understanding The Lingo

How to understand a store matchup on my website:

Dannon DanAcive or Activia 4 pack 2/$4 – This is the item on sale for the week and it’s ad price.

Use .75/1 from 2/7 SS – This means there was a coupon in the Februrary 7th Smart Source for $.75 off of 1 Dannon 4 pack of yogurt.

Final Price: $1.25 Each – This is the price after coupons.

Here is a list of couponing abbreviations that I use:

BOGO or B1G1F = Buy One Get One Free
ECB = CVS Extra Care Bucks earned for purchases
IP = Internet Printable Coupon
MFG = Manufacturer’s Coupon
MIR = Mail In Rebate
OOP = Out of Pocket
P&G or PG = Proctor & Gamble Sunday supplement coupons
PEELIE = coupon that you peel off the package
Q = Coupon
RC = Raincheck
RP = Red Plum Sunday Supplement Coupons
RR = Register Rewards, typically used at Walgreens
SS = Smart Source or Sunday Supplement coupons
STACKING = Using a store specific coupon with a MFG coupon (most stores allow this)
WYB = When You Buy


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